Field Hockey: Early goal gives Ohio second straight 1-0 win
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Ohio will be able to experiment Thursday when it hosts UC Davis in a nonconference game at 4 p.m.
Ohio opened up Mid-American Conference play Friday with its first shutout of the season, as it beat Appalachian State, 1-0, at Pruitt Field.
Ohio (1-4) will begin Mid-American Conference play Friday as it hosts Appalachian State (4-3). In other words: it's "the real season."
After missing the Mid-American Conference Tournament the past two years, Ohio was picked to finish sixth in the conference's preseason coaches' poll. It's a tune that the Bobcats will try to break this year, as they start the conference slate this Saturday.
Another ranked team, another blowout loss for Ohio.
When coach Ali Johnstone’s name is brought up, a smile instantly appears on the faces of the Ohio field hockey players.
From the opening whistle, Liberty (3-1) announced its intentions to attack. Liberty's leading goal scorer Agueda Moroni ran through the middle of the Ohio (1-3) defense before firing a shot that goalkeeper Sophia Boothby saved.
Ohio played its best game of the season Friday as it beat Saint Louis 4-1 behind two goals each from Karynne Baker and Jillian Shive. The win was the first of Ohio coach Ali Johnstone’s career.
Coach Ali Johnstone will coach her first home game at the helm of the program this weekend when Ohio searches for its first win of the season.
Ohio dropped its first two games of the season over the weekend, despite taking 33 shots — 25 on goal. The Bobcats were only able to score two goals in 146 minutes against La Salle and Monmouth.
Ali Johnstone is one of the best players in Ohio history and part of 2 MAC Championships. Now she will look to bring titles to the team as head coach.
After Ohio reached the Mid-American Conference tournament championship series in 2017, lost to Kent State twice, and was denied a bid to the NCAA Tournament, the goal this year was not to let that happen again.
All it took was one swing of Michaela Dorsey's bat. Her two-run home run gave Ohio a 2-0 in the third inning. Those two runs were all Danielle Stiene needed.
Danielle Stiene threw her third career no-hitter Friday afternoon to defeat Northern Illinois 8-0. The win advanced Ohio to the championship game of the Mid-American Conference Tournament for the third consecutive year.
Danielle Stiene continued to dominate in the Mid-American Conference, and Ohio's offense produced the one run it needed to beat Miami 1-0 on Wednesday in the first round of the MAC Softball Tournament.
After beating Bowling Green twice, Ohio has now won all eight Mid-American Conference series this year. The Bobcats won their second regular season title in program history.
Ohio made improvements in each round, but it finished last at the Mid-American Conference Championships in Fort Wayne, Indiana.
Ohio continued its dominating run through the Mid-American Conference with a sweep of Buffalo over the weekend.